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NJ Vehicle Inspection Program CHANGEs Are Coming

Inspection Program

While you may have heard that the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Inspection Program will be changing, these changes will take place no sooner than Summer 2016. The current inspection process will remain the same until that time. Please click here for answers to any questions you have about the current inspection program.

Today, the MVC operates a “hybrid” system – both Central Inspection Facilities (state-operated inspection lanes located at MVC agencies) and Private Inspection Facilities (private garages licensed to perform inspections) inspect passenger and commercial vehicles. This hybrid system will remain, but with a few important changes.
Coming Changes:

Only passenger-plated vehicles will be initially inspected at a Central Inspection Facility. You can find a list of the facilities nearest you at: Find a State-operated Inspection Station

(Note: passenger-plated vehicles may continue to receive initial inspections at a Private Inspection Facility.)

Any passenger vehicle that FAILS initial inspection will have to be re-inspected at a Private Inspection Facility. For a list of Private Inspection Facilities in your area, click here: Find a Private Inspection Facility

All commercial vehicles currently requiring an inspection will now be inspected at the Private Inspection Facilities. Your vehicle may already be exempt. Please go to: FAQs to determine if your commercial vehicle requires an inspection and if it is exempted.

ALL RE-INSPECTIONS will be conducted by the Private Inspection Facilities. Step-by-step instructions for repairs and re-inspection will be given once the new inspection process in in place.

Under the new program, if your passenger vehicle is 1995 or older, you will no longer be required to have an inspection. However, inspections of this type of vehicle will continue until a new program is in place.

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO? Nothing right now.

These changes will not take effect until after a contract is awarded and customers will be notified of these changes when their vehicle is due for inspection.
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And,

Cessation of Tailpipe Emission Testing
Beginning May 1, 2016, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has changed the inspection requirements for certain vehicles. Due to the cessation of tailpipe emission testing, the following passenger vehicles now will be exempted from inspection:

Gasoline powered vehicles registered passenger, model year 1995 & older with a GVWR 8,500 pounds or less.

Gasoline powered vehicles registered passenger, model year 2007 & older with a GVWR 8,501 to 14,000 pounds.
Gasoline powered vehicles registered passenger, model year 2013 & older with a GVWR 14,001 pounds or more.
A passenger vehicle is considered any vehicle registered with one of the following registration codes:

1 through 9
12 (not utilized to transport passengers as in the manner of a bus)
15
31
73
You can find your registration code on your registration as illustrated below:

Reg Code Location
Additionally, owners of the exempted vehicles will be sent a notice (below) six (6) to eight (8) weeks before their vehicle would have been due for inspection. Owners should remove the inspection sticker once it expires and keep this notice with their vehicle.


State of New Jersey - Motor Vehicle Commission


Our 96 went through state inspection last week and passed, of course!
Aside from insurance, registration and license check, inspector only test for codes. No exhaust sniff; or lights or gas cap checks.

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WAHOO!!!! THANK YOU!!!! Now I no longer have to get my '95 Bronco inspected!!!!

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OK just humor me in case I decide to move back, formerly from Upper Montclair NJ 40+myears ago now....lol lol....what is the exemption cut off year there, here in Cali it's 1976 or older no thanks to the Govenator "ARNNOLD"....PITA who decided not to exempt any more because Cali was or is still BROKE.......?

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1995 and older anything (pre-OBD II) is exempt.
3/4 & 1 ton diesel pickups are exempt (any year).
Everything else just gets an OBD-II scan for active or "very recent" CEL's.

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Geeeeezzzzzz Louieeeeezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz why can't they do that our here......PITA......smog BS......lol lol

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Yo J,
I think our 96 will still need emission testing in 2 years because I THINK the change isn't rolling over to include 96s.
Time for you to move back to NJ.
BTW, weren't you the day manager at Bada Bing?

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